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President Donald Trump points to the crowd after speaking at a campaign rally at Phoenix Goodyear Airport Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020, in Goodyear, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

America itself is on the ballot

- The Washington Times

When President Trump took the oath of office, he vowed to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. The guy was not kidding.

Illustration on Democratic party interference with American tech dominance by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Democrats want to undermine America's antitrust laws

Earlier this month, congressional Democrats under the leadership of Rep. David Cicilline, Rhode Island Democrat, published an antitrust manifesto that would throw years of successful antitrust enforcement into the dustbin of history.

A protester carries a U.S. flag upside down, a sign of distress, next to a burning building, Thursday, May 28, 2020, in Minneapolis during protests over the death of George Floyd. Speaking at the Republican National Convention, President Donald Trump said, "The Republican Party condemns the rioting, looting, arson and violence we have seen in Democrat-run cities all, like Kenosha, Minneapolis, Portland, Chicago and New York, and many others." (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

For America's left, the election will be a riot

This election's only certainty is that America's left will riot over its outcome. This is no leap of faith, because they riot over everything; it is how they express themselves.

In this photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, traders work on the floor during the MediaAlpha IPO, Wednesday Oct. 28, 2020. Stocks around the world are tumbling Wednesday on worries the worsening coronavirus pandemic will mean more restrictions on businesses and drag down the economy. (Courtney Crow/New York Stock Exchange via AP)

Americans shouldn't have to suffer another COVID-19 lockdown

- The Washington Times

On the coronavirus, President Donald Trump strikes the right tone. His Democratic rival Joe Biden, on the other hand -- well, off the mark is putting is kindly. Off the rails is more like it. Americans, at this point in time, are fearing lockdowns, shutdowns and total economic clampdowns much more than they're fearing the virus.

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